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LEFT: Chelsee Washington (FC DALLAS, 2018-2019), RIGHT: Celia Jimenez Delgado (Seattle Sounders Women, 2018)

54 Former WPSL Players Available for Selection from Racing Louisville FC in NWSL Expansion Draft

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma – The newest member of the Nation Women’s Soccer League, Racing Louisville FC will participate in the first NWSL Expansion Draft in five years, tonight at 7p.m. ET which can be viewed on Twitch.


The nine current NWSL teams were granted the protection of 11 Players/U.S. Allocated Players which can includ two U.S. Allocated Players from the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup and 2020 NWSL Fall Series.  Chicago’s entire roster has been protected as result of an exchange that included sending forwards Yuki Nagasato and Savannah McCaskill to Louisville.


Teams provided a list of “Unprotected Players” whom Louisville is permitted to select two players or one U.S. Allocated Player from each team and a total of two U.S. Allocated Players from the teams collectively. Of the 155 players available for selection from the list, 54 played in the WPSL.


The WPSL Alumnae available from this list represent 29 former and current WPSL teams including Seattle Sounders Women (8), Washington Spirit Reserves (4), Cleveland Ambassadors (3), FC Dallas (3), KC Athletics (3) and five teams from the WPSL Elite League in 2012 (13).


There are 34 alumnae available from the last three seasons including Houston’s Young Player of the Year, Ally Prisock (So Cal FC, 2018) – Prisock was also 2018 Defensive Player of the Year for the Coastal Conference, Sandra Yu (Cleveland Ambassadors, 2017-2019) – Yu was 2019 Offensive Player of the Year for the Ohio Valley Conference, Cami Privett (AHFC Royals) – Privett was 2018 Defensive Player of the Year for the South Texas Conference, and Bridgette Andrzejewski (Washington Spirit Reserves, 2018) – Andrzejewski was 2018 Offensive Player of the Year for the Colonial Conference.


Household names from the U.S. Women’s National Team are also available including Megan Rapinoe (Elk City Pride, 2002-2006 and Seattle Sounders Women, 2012), Tobin Health (New York Fury, 2012) and Adrianna Franch (SoccerPlus CT, 2011).


The Full Unprotected List of Alumnae is Below:


Cami Privett, AHFC Royals (2018)
Christine Nairn, ASA Chesepeake (2012)
Niki Cross, Bay State Select (2005), New England Mutiny (2006), Boston Aztec (2010)
Bri Visalli, Chicago Red Star Reserves (2018)
Bianca Henninger, New York Fury (2012)
Ally Prisock, So Cal FC (2018)
Taylor Comeau, Seattle Sounders Women (2014)
Amanda Dennis, Seattle Sounders Women (2018)
Bridgette Andrzejewski, Washington Spirit Reserves (2018)

Addisyn Merrick, FC Wichita (2017)
Sinclaire Miramontez, KC Athletics (2018)
Cari Roccaro, New York Fury (2012)
Ryan Williams, Oak City United (2018)


Brittany Wilson, Colorado Rapids Women
Cheyenne Shorts, Colorado Rapids Women (2019)
Chelsee Washington, FC Dallas (2018-2019)
Abi Kim, Seattle Sounders Women (2019)
Konya Plummer, Western New York Flash (2012)
Emily Van Egmond, Western New York Flash (2012)
Caitlin Farrell, Yankee Lady FC (2017)


Sandra Yu, Cleveland Ambassadors (2017 – 2019)
Emily Ogle, Cleveland Ambassadors (2018)
Christen Westphal, Florida Sol FC (2011-2014)
Gabby Seiler, Florida Sol (2017)
Tobin Health, New York Fury (2012)
Marissa Everett, San Diego SeaLions (2017)
Adrianna Franch, SoccerPlus CT (2011)
Angela Salem, Western New York Flash (2012)
Meaghan Nally, Washington Spirit Reserves (2018)

Madison Hammond, Carolina Dynamo (2018)
Meg Brandt, Elite Girls Academy (2019)
Megan Rapinoe, Elk City Pride (2002 – 2006), Seattle Sounders Women (2012)
Morgan Andrews, New England Mutiny, (2012 – 2014)
Michelle Betos, New York Fury (2012)
Jasmyne Spencer, New York Fury (2012)
Steph Cox, Seattle Sounders Women (2012)
Celia Jimenez Delgado, Seattle Sounders Women (2018)
Sam Hiatt, Seattle Sounders Women (2018 – 2019)


Jennifer Cudjoe, California Storm (2016 – 2017), Asheville City SC (2018 – 2019)
Julie Doyle, FC Dallas (2018)
Manya Makoski, SoccerPlus CT (2008)
Didi Haracic, Washington Spirit Reserves (2016)
Kaleigh Riehl, Washington Spirit Reserves (2018)


Madeline Nolf, Cleveland Ambassadors (2018)
Nicole Barnhard, KC Athletics, Director of GK, (2017 – 2018)
Kate Deines, Seattle Sounders (2012)


Katie Lund, FC Dallas (2018 – 2019)
Katie McClure, FC Wichita (2019)
Jenna Hellstrom, Motor City FC (2018)
Averie Collins, MVLA (2019)
Meghan McCool, Penn Fusion SA (2017)
Lori Lindsey, Western New York Flash (2012)
Crystal Thomas, Washington Reserves (2017)

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